The world-famous medieval Bayeux Tapestry may be off-limits to visitors due to the coronovirus epidemic, but its keepers have put a digital version online, so that the public can enjoy their fabric fabric from home security.

This file photo, taken on September 18, 2019, describes a large portion of the 11th-century Bayeux Tapestry based on the Norman Conquest in Normandy, France, Norman, England.  (AP photo / Kamil Jihinoglu, file)

This file photo, taken on September 18, 2019, describes a large portion of the 11th-century Bayeux Tapestry based on the Norman Conquest in Normandy, France, Norman, England. (AP photo / Kamil Jihinoglu, file)

About 70 meters (77 yards) long, users may have to be proficient in using their computer’s scroll function.

The resolution is so clear In online panorama When you zoom in you can see the fibers of each stitch.

This photo, provided by Bycom Townhall, shows technicians working at the tapestry on 8 November 2020 in Beaumake, Normandy.  (Ville de Beaux via AP)

This photo, provided by Bycom Townhall, shows technicians working at the tapestry on 8 November 2020 in Beaumake, Normandy. (Ville de Beaux via AP)

The Bayeux Tapestry is thought to date back to the 11th century, and depicts events leading up to the Norman Conquest of England, bringing the era to a lively – and sometimes bloody – expansion.

Despite being so old, it has shown relatively little decomposition. However, a plan to fix wear and tear in its story weaving has been planned for restoration in 2024, planned by the museum, which is located in Baymax, Normandy city.